Hawaii requires either a negative COVID test or proof of vaccination or you have to quarantine for ten days after arrival.
More arrests of tourists w/ fake vaccine cards. Daniela & Enzo Dalmazzo of Miami, Florida flew in to Oahu on Aug. 11 w/ their 2 kids.
Deputies w/ the AG's office picked them up on the North Shore.
They were cited a total of $8,000
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California father and son arrested in Hawaii for fake COVID-19 vaccine cards
A Los Angeles-area father and son have been arrested for allegedly trying to use fake COVID-19 vaccine cards in Hawaii to bypass the mandatory quarantine there.
Norbert Chung, 57, and his son Trevor, 19, from the Pacific Palisades were arrested Sunday at the Honolulu airport after someone tipped off investigators.
On LinkedIn, Norbert Chung says he is founder and president of The Pacific Palisades Group.
If convicted, they could face a fine of up to $5,000 and/or up to a year in jail.